ویلیام آدولف بوگرو William-Adolphe Bouguereau
|شناسنامه||ویلیام-آدولف بوگرو (به فرانسوی: William-Adolphe Bouguereau) (زاده ۳۰ نوامبر ۱۸۲۵ - درگذشته ۱۹ اوت ۱۹۰۵) یکی از نقاشان آکادمیک فرانسه بود. نقاشی های وی در سبک واقع گرایانه بوده٬ و نقاشیهای برجسته وی بیش تر بدن زنانه را به رخ میکشند. او در زندگانی خود در ایالات متحده و فرانسه نقاش محبوبی بود؛ و افتخارات زیادی دریافت کرد و نقاشیهای او به قیمت های بالایی فروخته میشد|
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William-Adolphe Bouguereau (French: [buɡ(ə)ʁo]; November 30, 1825 – August 19, 1905) was a French academic painter and traditionalist. In his realistic genre paintings he used mythological themes, making modern interpretations of classical subjects, with an emphasis on the female human body. During his life he enjoyed significant popularity in France and the United States, was given numerous official honors, and received top prices for his work. As the quintessential salon painter of his generation, he was reviled by the Impressionist avant-garde. By the early twentieth century, Bouguereau and his art fell out of favor with the public, due in part to changing tastes. In the 1980s, a revival of interest in figure painting led to a rediscovery of Bouguereau and his work. Throughout the course of his life, Bouguereau executed 822 known finished paintings, although the whereabouts of many are still unknown.
Life and career
William-Adolphe Bouguereau was born in La Rochelle, France, on November 30, 1825, into a family of wine and olive oil merchants. He seemed destined to join the family business but for the intervention of his uncle Eugène, a Roman Catholic priest, who taught him classical and Biblical subjects, and arranged for Bouguereau to go to high school. He showed artistic talent early on. His father was convinced by a client to send him to the École des Beaux-Arts in Bordeaux, where he won first prize in figure painting for a depiction of Saint Roch. To earn extra money, he designed labels for jams and preserves.
Through his uncle, Bouguereau was given a commission to paint portraits of parishioners, and when his aunt matched the sum he earned, Bouguereau went to Paris and became a student at the École des Beaux-Arts. To supplement his formal training in drawing, he attended anatomical dissections and studied historical costumes and archeology. He was admitted to the studio of François-Édouard Picot, where he studied painting in the academic style. Academic painting placed the highest status on historical and mythological subjects and Bouguereau won the coveted Prix de Rome at age 26 in 1850, with his Zenobia Found by Shepherds on the Banks of the Araxes. His reward was a year at the Villa Medici in Rome, Italy, where in addition to formal lessons he was able to study first-hand the Renaissance artists and their masterpieces, as well as Greek, Etruscan, and Roman antiquities. He also studied classical literature, which influenced his subject choice for the rest of his career.
Bouguereau, painting within the traditional academic style, exhibited at the annual exhibitions of the Paris Salon for his entire working life. An early reviewer stated, "M. Bouguereau has a natural instinct and knowledge of contour. The eurythmie of the human body preoccupies him, and in recalling the happy results which, in this genre, the ancients and the artists of the sixteenth century arrived at, one can only congratulate M. Bouguereau in attempting to follow in their footsteps ... Raphael was inspired by the ancients ... and no one accused him of not being original."
Raphael was a favorite of Bouguereau and he took this review as a high compliment. He had fulfilled one of the requirements of the Prix de Rome by completing an old-master copy of Raphael’s The Triumph of Galatea. In many of his works, he followed the same classical approach to composition, form, and subject matter. Bouguereau's graceful portraits of women were considered very charming, partly because he could beautify a sitter while also retaining her likeness.
In 1856, he married Marie-Nelly Monchablon and subsequently had five children. By the late 1850s, he had made strong connections with art dealers, particularly Paul Durand-Ruel (later the champion of the Impressionists), who helped clients buy paintings from artists who exhibited at the Salons. Thanks to Paul Durand-Ruel, Bouguereau met Hugues Merle, who later often was compared to Bouguereau. The Salons annually drew over 300,000 people, providing valuable exposure to exhibited artists. Bouguereau’s fame extended to England by the 1860s, and he bought a large house and studio in Montparnasse with his growing income.
Bouguereau was a staunch traditionalist whose genre paintings and mythological themes were modern interpretations of Classical subjects, both pagan and Christian, with a concentration on the naked female human body. The idealized world of his paintings brought to life goddesses, nymphs, bathers, shepherdesses, and madonnas in a way that appealed to wealthy art patrons of the era.
Bouguereau employed traditional methods of working up a painting, including detailed pencil studies and oil sketches, and his careful method resulted in a pleasing and accurate rendering of the human form. His painting of skin, hands, and feet was particularly admired. He also used some of the religious and erotic symbolism of the Old Masters, such as the "broken pitcher" which connoted lost innocence.
Bouguereau received many commissions to decorate private houses, public buildings, and churches. As was typical of such commissions, Bouguereau would sometimes paint in his own style, and at other times conform to an existing group style. Early on, Bouguereau was commissioned in all three venues, which added enormously to his prestige and fame. He also made reductions of his public paintings for sale to patrons, of which The Annunciation (1888) is an example. He was also a successful portrait painter and many of his paintings of wealthy patrons remain in private hands.
Bouguereau steadily gained the honors of the Academy, reaching Life Member in 1876, and Commander of the Legion of Honor and Grand Medal of Honor in 1885. He began to teach drawing at the Académie Julian in 1875, a co-ed art institution independent of the École des Beaux-Arts, with no entrance exams and with nominal fees.
In 1877, both his wife and infant son died. At a rather advanced age, Bouguereau was married for the second time in 1896, to fellow artist Elizabeth Jane Gardner Bouguereau, one of his pupils. He used his influence to open many French art institutions to women for the first time, including the Académie française.
Near the end of his life he described his love of his art: "Each day I go to my studio full of joy; in the evening when obliged to stop because of darkness I can scarcely wait for the next morning to come ... if I cannot give myself to my dear painting I am miserable." He painted 826 paintings.
In the spring of 1905, Bouguereau's house and studio in Paris were burgled. On August 19, 1905, Bouguereau died in La Rochelle at the age of 79 from heart disease
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بوگرو در شهر «لا روشل» به دنیا آمد. در سال ۱۸۵۰ برنده بورسیه مهمی شد. او پیرو سبک رئالیسم بود و تمام کارهای او در سالن پاریس در تمام عمر فعالیت کاریش نمایش داده شد. اگرچه او در آستانه قرن بیستم در گمنامی به سر میبرد که شاید به خاطر مخالفت سر سختانه او با نقاشان سبک امپرسیونیست بود، ولی به تازگی ارزش کارهای او روشن شدهاست. او در طول زندگی ۸۲۶ نقاشی کشید.
او یکی از برترین هنرمندان جهان در زمان خود بود. در سال ۱۹۰۰ هنرمندان هم عصرش وی را یکی از جاودانههای قرن نوزدهم نامیدند که البته این نظریات با وجود جو امپرسیونیستی حاکم بسیار طعنهآمیز به نظر میرسید. کارهای او مشتاقانه در سراسر دنیا با قیمتهای بالا به ویژه توسط میلیونرهای آمریکایی خریداری میشدند. در حدود سال ۱۹۲۰ سالهای بیحرمتی به ویلیام بود. بسیاری اظهار کردند که این بیاحترامیها شدید علیه او آگاهانه و عامدانه توسط «موسسه هنرهای حرفهای جدید» صورت گرفته بود، که با وجود مخالفت دیرینه او با امپرسیونیستها و نوآوریهای هنر نقاشی- دور از ذهن به نظر نمیرسید. البته همچنین به نظر میرسد این مسئله به فاکتورهای اجتماعی عمیق دیگری نیز برمیگشت. برای دههها نامی از او در دانشنامههای بزرگ برده نشد.
او دو بار ازدواج کرد و همسر دومش شاگرد قبلی او الیزابت جین گاردنر بود. او همچنین از نفوذ خود برای گشودن چندیدن موسسه هنر فرانسوی برای بانوان استفاده کرد. ویلیام آدولف بوگورو در شهر «لا روشل» از دنیا رفت.